Blue-Grey All-American Bowl: The Next Step
With our series of nationwide Blue-Grey All-American Bowl Combines (Regional and Super Regional levels) right around the corner, the focus now turns toward the workout circuit for high-profile prospects in the Class of 2017, and beyond.
Individuals will soon step foot out on the field of NFL teams, not only in stadiums, but training facilities all over the country. Once there, recruits will have the opportunity to impress our NFL veteran coaching staff and scouting team.
Stops on the All-American Combine circuit include Washington Redskins’ Training Facility, Kansas City Chiefs’ Training Facility, Philadelphia Eagles’ Training Facility and Pro Bowl’s Aloha Stadium, are a few of the venues.
Cincinnati Bengals’ Paul Brown Stadium and Arizona Cardinals’ University of Phoenix Stadium are others. For a more complete list of sites for the All-American Combines, Regional and Super Regional levels, we have you covered (click on this link).
The Blue-Grey Football Selection Committee will take over shortly thereafter and choose players in August for the brand’s series of All-American Bowls: December at Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, also January at Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium and Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field.
Similar to year’s past, the big games will be broadcast to a national audience, whether it be via our one-times homes on Fox Sports, or Impact Football Network, or another well-known network. Talks are underway, in fact, with ESPN on a potential major deal. Stay tuned for more details about a possible formal announcement with regards to working with the Worldwide Leader in Sports in the near future.
In the meantime, we’re constantly evaluating talent in search of the next All-American Bowl Candidate. The journey is now starting for many and a select few student-athletes could end up in Red Zone Prospects, a division of Blue-Grey Football where college coaches access recruiting information on players. We have details (click on this link) and be on the lookout for the site’s new makeover.
Perhaps most importantly, once in the Blue-Grey Football database after a participating in an All-American Combine or All-American Bowl, the chances of increasing a scholarship offer increase. Significantly so. Therefore, the next step for many individuals, is the first step. Of course, our staff of NFL veterans and scouting team are there to help navigate the path to extend football careers and further educations.
My son, Kody Melugin received his invitation to participate in the game and I am wanting to purchase tickets (SEVERAL TICKETS) to the All American Pro Bowl game for December 20, 2015 at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas….where/how can I do this?
Tickets can only be purchased between Dec 18th- 19th at at the DFW Marriott and also at the stadium on the night of game. They are $25 each.